Size: 2g | 2mL
Suggested Use: 1-2 puffs to establish individual tolerance
Ingredients: Delta 8 THC, Delta 10 THC, THC-P, + Live Resin
** THIS CARTRIDGE IS DISPOSABLE**
* We do not ship any Delta 8 products to Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, Rhode Island, and Utah.
Additional Product Information
- Suggested Use: 1-2 puffs to establish individual tolerance
- Ingredients: Delta 8 distillate and terpenes
- Size: 2g | 2mL
Ingredients: Delta 8 THC, Delta 10 THC, THC-P, Live Resin
What is Delta 8 THC?
Delta-8 THC is an isomer of CBD, is derived from hemp and CBD, and is a psychoactive cannabinoid that packs several benefits. The unique cannabinoid is different, chemically, from its close relative, Delta-9 THC. It only differs from a few atomic bonds. However, it occurs in small concentrations and is Hemp derived making it Hemp compliant because it contains less than 0.3% of Delta 9 THC which is required under the 2018 Farm Bill.
What is Live Resin?
Live Resin is the process of extracting cannabinoids from frozen Hemp plants. This results in more potent cannabinoids that include a better flavor, and are a lot closer to the original extract. Our Resin Series includes a unique blend of Hemp-derived cannabinoids that are extra flavorful due to the Live Resin extraction process.
What is THCP?
THCP first begins as a substance initially formed as cannabigerolic acid (CBGA), known as the “mother cannabinoid” from which cannabinoids derive from. By the same token, TCHPA (Tetrahydrocannabiphorol Acid) becomes THCP and on its own it’s 33 times stronger than regular THC, which means its effects on the body are amplified.
What is Delta 10 THC?
Delta 10 THC is a cannabinoid extract from the Hemp plant. It’s very similar to Delta 8 THC in the way it’s made; however, the differences between Delta-8 and Delta-10 is the chemistry behind the molecular structure of the compounds. The term “Delta” indicates the double bond in a compound’s chemical structure. In the case of Delta-8 and Delta-10, the number that follows tells you where the double bond is located.